Scribo wrote:I've always disliked Tragedy. From a scholarly perspective we have very little of the good ones anyway, what we have is due to luck or Roman/Byzantine interests so I find them sort of...bleh.
Which prompts me to ask, which do you consider to be the good ones and given that they are lost what is the evidence that they were good.
(The Romans and Byzantines have indeed got a lot to answer for - the sketchy nature of what we know of Hellenistic history to name but one)
This a carry on from a Learning Greek thread http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=60276as my question is more on topic here